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Delaware Looks To Build On Big JMU Win Saturday vs. Sacred Heart

By Matt Leon

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Delaware Blue Hens will be back home on Saturday as they welcome Sacred Heart to town.

The Blue Hens sit at 3-1 and they are developing a flare for the dramatic this season. 461 more words

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Going Deep: JMU - A Family Unit

Week two of CAA Football’s Going Deep series tells the story of how James Madison’s offensive line has relied on one another to overcome adversity. 13 more words

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The War of 1812 Ends as Madison Addresses Congress

“Mr. Madison’s War” officially ended on February 17, 1815. Madison sent a speech to Congress that day which was read before Congress on Saturday the 18th. 656 more words

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Women's Soccer Notebook - Sept. 29

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Mackenzie Dowd • Northeastern
So., Defender, Gig Harbor, Wash./Gig Harbor

Dowd scored two goals and helped anchor a Northeastern defense that posted back-to-back shutouts in a pair of conference road wins last weekend. 1,298 more words

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Men's Soccer Notebook - Sept. 29

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Jacob VanCompernolle • UNCW
Sr., Defender, Dallas, Texas/R.L. Turner

VanCompernolle scored both goals as UNCW knocked off #23 Duke, 2-1, last Tuesday and then anchored a Seahawks’ defense that posted a 1-0 victory in double overtime at William & Mary in their CAA opener. 1,279 more words

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A Party at the Madison's

It was February 16, 1815 in Washington, D.C. when the treaty from Europe arrived. Acting Secretary of State James Monroe pulled up in a carriage at the Octagon House at 18th and New York Avenue to present the official documents along with the American secretary who had traveled with them across the ocean for nearly two months. 237 more words

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"Clear Law": A Debate

While on the subject of government and the law, I’d like to point you towards an intelligent article in the Atlantic about laws, regulations, and the devil in the details of American bureaucracy. 557 more words

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